Street Marketing Made Easy - Pavement Signs from Tradewind

Corwen, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 24, 2009 -- Tradewind, a well established manufacturer and online retailer of point of sale (POS) solutions, introduce clients to their range of pavement signs.

Static boards - ‘A’ boards, chalkboards and standard signs are a popular choice for newsagents, petrol station forecourts, stores and restaurants as they offer practical on-street advertising which can be easily updated to catch the attention of each passerby.

Moving signs - swing, pivot and spinning boards add extra impact as pedestrians won’t help but notice them moving about in the breeze - be conscious however in high winds.

Made from durable metal, moulded plastic, polycarbonate and safe perspex, the pavement boards available from Tradewinds are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use all year round. They are a highly portable and cost effective way to get your message across and boost sales.

“Pavement signs offer a great marketing opportunity to catch passing trade,” says Terry Rogerson, Managing Director of Tradewind. “We have 15 different types of advertising board available so you’re sure to find an eye-catching pavement board to suit, whatever it is you sell.”

Find out more about Tradewind and their range of POS solutions at [http://www.trade-wind.co.uk/] or contact them on 0149 041 3038.

About Tradewind Display Limited

Established officially in 1993 and having 30 years experience supplying the press trade, Tradewind is a leading supplier of newspaper stands, magazine stands, acrylic stands, point of sale stands, pavement boards and more. They are expert manufacturers too and can produce personalised display fixtures for any business and any product.


Contact:
Terry Rogerson
Tradewind Display Limited
6-8 Bridge Street
Corwen, Denbighshire LL21 0AS
0149-041-3038
ben.ross@clickconsult.com
[http://www.trade-wind.co.uk]

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Press Release Submitted On: October 24, 2009 at 3:52 am
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